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Video-Review: Kaweco Supra (Brass)

First conceptualised in the 1920s, the Kaweco Supra is a handy pocket fountain pen with a timelessly modern appearance.

Being the “bigger sibling” of the Kaweco Liliput, the Supra is not only thicker (roughly 12mm), but also longer than the Liliput. An insertable adapter allows its user to go from a 95mm pen to 125mm, if desired. The cap potentially adds another 40mm, when posted.

The brass of the Supra, as in other brass pens (e.g. the Kaweco Brass Sport, the Traveler’s Fountain pen, or the Y-Studio pen) will pick up some patina over time.

Before we hop into the review, I would like to take the opportunity to thank Kaweco for supporting this video review. You can also buy the pen at their webshop (no affiliate-link, just a friendly pointer).

Again, I hope the review is helpful and that you enjoy watching it!

Quick Facts

  • Kaweco Supra (brass version – also available in stainless steel, fire-blue, and black)
  • Brass body (cylindrical)
  • No 6 size nib / 250 thread nib
  • Available steel nib options: Extra Fine (EF), Fine (F), Medium (M), Broad (B), Double Broad (BB)
  • Price: ca 99 €

Video Review

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One Comment

  1. Gijsbert Gijsbert

    Thanks for the comprehensive review. The pen has always had some appeal to me – nice material, #6 nib and all – but the way the add-on section is not 100% esthetically pleasing when in use and the required screw action when opening and posting make it hard for me to completely embrace the design. I am looking forward to the promised comparison video between the Supra and the Sport, although as a Brass Sport owner myself I fear I will be somewhat biased.

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